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UPDATE: AMBER ALERT canceled for 5-year-old Knoxville boy

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UPDATE:  Knoxville police say the AMBER Alert issued for a five-year-old has been canceled after the child was found safe Tuesday.

Police say Davontae Maurice Clark was found in the Nashville area. 

The suspect Ashlee Clark has been taken into custody.

Stay with WRCBtv.com for updates to this story.


PREVIOUS STORY: The TBI has updated their search for five-year-old Davontae Clark to a statewide AMBER Alert. 

Davontae Maurice Clark was last seen at his aunt's residence in Knoxville, and is described as a male with black hair, brown eyes, stands about 2 feet 6
inches tall and weighs about 45 pounds.

Davontae was taken by his non-custodial mother and may be traveling in a white Ford Explorer with temporary tags. Davontae was last seen wearing a Batman t-shirt.

If you have seen Davontae, you are asked to call Knoxville police at 865-215-7347 or the TBI at 1-800-TBI-FIND.


PREVIOUS STORY: The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation issued an endangered child alert for a five-year-old boy from Knoxville.

Davontae Maurice Clark was last seen at his aunt's residence in Knoxville. 

Davontae may be with his non-custodial mother and may be traveling in a white Ford Explorer with temporary tags.  

He was last seen wearing a Batman tee-shirt.

If you can help call 1-800-TBI-FIND.
 

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